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The Unknown Knowns: First-Day Impressions of the Manzanar Concentration Camp

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by Wilbur Sato

My first impressions of the Manzanar concentration camp came on April 2, 1942, when we were asked by the United States Government—our own government—to report to the… 542 more words


UCLA Kyodo Taiko To Perform At 45th Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage

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PILGRIMAGE: Limited seating still available on bus to 45th Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage from Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES — UCLA Kyodo Taiko will perform at the… 888 more words


Bitter memories: Tule Lake

(1975) – A documentary on the Tule Lake Japanese Relocation Camp presented through interviews with Japanese Americans who were interned there.

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New At Manzanar NHS: New (And Old) Plaques Now At Visitors Center - Photos

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That Manzanar is a National Historic Site is a fact many already know. But long before Manzanar became a unit of the National Park Service… 567 more words


February 19, 1942 (a Thursday)

On this date, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorizing the War Department to define military areas in the western states and to exclude from them anyone who might threaten the war effort.  795 more words